Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has made clear that his administration will stop hydraulic fracturing (fracking) activities., the president-elect announced on July 31. This technique, commonly used in the US, has just started gaining traction in Mexico for the production of tight oil and gas (shale oil and gas). “We will not use this […]Continue Reading →
President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) reaffirmed former PEMEX insider Rocío Nahle as his choice to be Minister of Energy and named the chief clerk during his time as governor of Mexico City, Octavio Romero, to head up PEMEX. AMLO officially announced the nominations at a news conference in Mexico City last week.
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Mexico Oil & Gas Review’s interview of the week belongs to Julio Loreto, Country Manager Mexico of Weatherford, which delivers innovate technologies and services designed to meet the world’s current and future energy needs in a safe, ethical and sustainable manner. Across his interview, Loreto highlighted the importance of restructuring Mexico’s oil and gas value […]Continue Reading →
Last week, Mexico’s incoming administration revealed in more detail how it plans to materialize the country’s revamped refining capacity and the people at the helm of key energy dependencies, ASEA published new regulations and private IOCs want an increased foothold in the country’s oil and gas industry. Meanwhile, Russia announced an increase in […]Continue Reading →